Ever wondered, what are the most expensive houses in the world ?
Well, you’re just one click away to check out the full list. But wait, before that, we can say that, if you really wanna buy a house from the below list, You probably need to burn at leat $128 million cash to get one.
In this blog, you are going to see different types of houses, homes, designs, architecture many more, starting the tour from California’s Palazzo di Amore house to ending with Antila house.
So what are we waiting for ?
Here Are The Most Expensive House in The World
10. Palazzo di Amore
Location: Los Angeles, California
Value: $129 million
Current Owner: Jeff Greene
Architect: Bob Ray Offenhauser
Area: 25 Acre
We aren’t even close to the most expensive house in the world. But Palazzo Di Amore house just stands on the 10th spot in our list. Just have a look on this beauty. By normal standards, we cannot say that it’s just house, it’s more like a resort. With 12 lavish bedrooms, 23 bathrooms, sports courts, a ginormous swimming pool with waterfalls, and a wide space of garage where you can park up to 27 cars. It also has a movie theatre, ball room and dance floor.
9. 18-19 Kensington Gardens
Location: London, England
Value: $128 million
Current Owner: Lakshmi Mittal
Architect: Sir Charles Berry, Grissel & Peto
Area: 55,000 Square feet
Britain is always beautiful and expensive. Have you ever figured out, which is the most expensive place or street in ” The Great Britain ? Don’t worry, here’s the information – According to the Dailymail, Avenue Road is one of the wealthiest streets in England. This street also know as Billionaire’s Row. Now that’s the spot of Lakshmi Mittal’s Kensington Gardens house is located.
As if the stunning architecture, 12 bedrooms, Turkish baths, 20 car parking and indoor pool weren’t enough, Lakshmi Mittal is also neighbours with none other than Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge.
8. Ellison Estate
Location: Woodside, California
Value: $200 million
Current Owner: Larry Ellison
Architect: Willian Wurster
Area: 8000 Square foot
Out in the forest, this house is the perfect example of a nature-friendly mansion. Owned by the co-founder of Oracle, the design for this house was inspired by an ancient Japanese style that the Emperors’ palace used to be built in.
Larry Ellison is known for his taste in art and architecture, and this dwelling perfectly outlines that in him. It almost looks like from another world – the stone and wood buildings, ten of them, surrounded by maples, oaks and many other trees.
7. Four Fairfield Pond
Location: Sagaponack, New York
Current Owner: Ira Rennert
Value: $248 million
Architect: Perkins and Will
Area: 64,000 Square Foot
Built as a French-manor, glamorous and sophisticated, Four Fairfield Pond is worth $248 million! It is the most expensive house in New York, and it faces the Atlantic Ocean.
Ira Rennert, owner of the Renco Group, has the benefits of living in this glamorous mansion, which features almost 30 bedrooms, a basketball court, a 91 foot dining room, and a garage for over 100 cars! Oh, and not one, but three swimming pools. All overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
6. The Odeon Tower Penthouse
Location: La Rousse/ Saint Roman, Monaco, France
Value: $330 million
Current Owner: SCI Odeon, subsidiary of Groupe Marzocco
Architect: Alexandre Giraldi
Area: 35,673 square foot
While this isn’t anyone’s personal house, it still makes the list because of its spectacular size and architecture. At a worth of $330 million, the building is actually a double skyscraper, with over 200 residences. A perfect residence for anyone who is a millionaire.
5. Les Palais Bulles
Location: Cannes, France
Value: $390 million
Current Owner: Pierre Cardin
Architect: Antti Lovag
Area: 1200 square meters
The name ‘Les Palais Bulles’ means ‘Bubble Palace’. The architecture here is spectacular and innovative, and it looks nothing like what we’d know a standard architectural style to be. Still, it’s breathtaking. It is owned by Pierre Cardin, and he uses it as a holiday home.
The most interesting fact about this house is that each room is decorated by a different renowned artist, including Patrice Breteau, Daniel You, Gerard Cloarec, and many others.
4. Villa Les Cedres
Location: Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, France
Value: $450 million
Current Owner: Rinat Akhmetov
Built all the way back in 1830, the 1800 foot mansion is poshness at its best. 14 spectacular bedrooms, an Olympic swimming pool, and a 50 horse stable!
At almost half a billion dollars, this house is more than anyone could ever hope for. With a humongous library with over 3000 books on flora and naturalism, and numerous other specs which will blow your mind, who wouldn’t want to live here?
Location: Villefranche-sur-Mer, France
Value: $750 million
Current Owner: Mikhail Prokhorov
Architect: Ogden Codman Jr.
Area: 400 Square meters
The title of the third most expensive house doesn’t come cheap (sorry, bad pun). It was designed back in the early 20th century, and it used to be owned by the king of Belgium, Leopold the Second. With 11 bedrooms and a helipad, as well as a crystal clear swimming pool, this building is truly beyond anyone’s imagination.
2. Buckingham Palace
Location: London, England
Value: $2.9 billion
Current Owner: Queen Elizabeth II
Architect: John Nash, William Winde, Aston Webb, Thomas Cubitt, Edward Blore
Area: 829,000 Square Feet
Everyone knows Buckingham Palace, home of England’s Queen. Ever since its construction in 1703, it has been the administrative headquarters and London residence of the current monarch of England.
Built on an area of 828,000 square feet, with a garden of over 40 acres, the building has over 700 rooms, 78 bathrooms, 19 staterooms, and 92 offices.
But this is only the second most expensive building in the world. Read on!
Location: Mumbai, India
Current Owner: Mukesh Ambani
Value: $2.2 billion
Mukesh Ambani is an Indian billionaire, owner of Reliance Industries Ltd. The construction of his 27-story private skyscraper was completed in 2010, by Perkins and Will, an US architecture firm.
At over 170 meters tall, this is truly the most luxurious house anyone could possibly think of. And to think that it is all for just Ambani and his family – the entire skyscraper, with its 168 car garage, ballroom, 80-seater theater, ice-cream shop (because who doesn’t like ice-cream?), yoga studio and spa, indoor swimming pool and jacuzzi, wine room, rooms for the entire 600 staff that work there, dance studio, and many many more incredible things we couldn’t even imagine.
At a crazy $2.2 billion, this is without a doubt the most expensive and luxurious private house in the world.
There you have it. The top ten most expensive and luxurious buildings in the world. Wouldn’t you just love to live in one of them, really any one of them?